Haematology Practical – Lab Report

Haematology Practical – Lab Report

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Haematology Practical – Lab Report

Introduction

The blood is a red fluid that is made of cells. Approximately fifty five percent of the blood is plasma and the remaining forty five percent is blood cells and cell fragments known as platelets. In the blood cells, ninety-nine percent are the red blood cells and the one percent is the white blood cells and the platelets (Dunglison, 2007). Plasma is a pale yellow sticky fluid that contains ninety two percent of water. It also has other dissolved proteins in it. Plasma is the fluid part of the blood. The next composition is the blood cells. There are mainly three types, the red blood cells, the white blood cells and the platelets (Sherwood, 2008).

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